Audio Jack - 1/4" Stereo (vertical)

Replacement: None. We are no longer carrying this audio jack in our catalog. This page is for reference only.

This is the kind of ¼" stereo jack you might find in home stereos and PA systems. Switched contacts allow you to detect whether or not there is something plugged in to the jack. The jack can be panel mounted in a 7/16" diameter hole.

The jack comes with a plastic washer and nut for panel mounting.

Audio Jack - 1/4" Stereo (vertical) Product Help and Resources

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